David Stevens

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“Avoiding Gagarin” published

In publications on March 10, 2014 at 4:33 pm

Thank you to the kind folk at Aurealis magazine who have included my story, “Avoiding Gagarin”, in their latest edition. And they have included a cool art work as well.
This has been a fun time for me. I had three stories accepted for publication in three different magazines at quite different times, however they were all published within a month of each other, giving an appearance of prolific production which does not match reality. I have continued to submit stories, and a piece of flash fiction has been accepted for another Australian publication, however no longer works have been accepted, and there may now be a bit of a drought. That’s fine, I am very happy to have been published in these three fine magazines.

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Aurealis

In Uncategorized on December 3, 2013 at 9:52 am

Aurealis has been promoting Australian speculative fiction and supporting Australian writers since 1990. Their latest endeavour is to seek to become a Science Fiction Writers of America qualifying market, one of the prerequisites for which is to pay writers 5 cents a word (soon to be 6 cents) for stories published in their magazine. In order to do this, they require 1000 subscribers. They made the half way mark in 2013, and they are aiming to make it all the way in 2014.
A subscription is $20 Australian per year, which is less than $20 USD, which comes to two bucks an issue, received electronically. If you are interested in science fiction, fantasy, horror, or Australian writing, you might like to have a look here and consider subscribing for yourself, or as a reasonably priced Christmas present for a SF reader in your life. (I’ve put my money where my mouth is, I have subscribed again.)